But I’ll never be the same again...
— Jess Baggia

About

Jess Baggia is a singer, songwriter and guitarist living and working in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In March 2009, Baggia self-released her debut solo studio EP, Back in the Game, a collection of original compositions featuring her unique pop sensibility through a range of roots, blues and Americana influences. Baggia spent the following years playing around the Greater Boston area, building a supportive fan base and selling out popular local music venues, like the Lizard Lounge, TOAD, the Burren, Great Scott, Sally O'Brien's & Plough and Stars (to name a few). Now she currently focuses on her two active original music projects, Man Trouble and This Bliss. Check them out below!

 
 

Man Trouble

March 2015 marked the debut of Baggia's latest project, Man Trouble (formerly known as Red Right Hand). Exploring the grittier, dark underbelly of Baggia's songwriting, Man Trouble straddles the line between accessible pop and garage rock. Think: PJ Harvey meets the Kills, all the while maintaining the singer/songwriter strengths exhibited on Back in the Game.

Lineup

  • Jess Baggia

  • Gordon Carlson

  • Tom Maroon

  • Nick Zampiello

Album Information

Available now on Bandcamp!

Album credits:

  • Written by Jess Baggia
  • Produced by Nick Zampiello
  • Performed by Jess Baggia, Ken Budka, Paul Ortolano & Stephen Clements
  • Mastered by Nick Zampiello of New Alliance East
  • Artwork by Alvan Long
 
Photo by Joshua Pickering

Photo by Joshua Pickering

This Bliss

Introducing you to a brand new musical genre: true grime. Debuting September 2016, This Bliss is coming in hot with its unique take on electronic music. Check out the latest press buzz here from Vanyaland! Want to learn more? Check out the button below ;)

 
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Solo

In March 2009, Baggia self-released her debut solo studio EP, Back in the Game, a collection of original compositions featuring her unique pop sensibility through a range of roots, blues and Americana influences. The collection’s single "Hope" stood out on Women of Substance radio's rotation as one of 2010's most requested songs.